Look of the Week: Lane Bryant x Otis College of Art and Design
One of the biggest trends rocking both the runway and the street is the minimalist trend. Gone are the days of wearing bold, bright colors and crazy prints. Right now it’s all about whites, greys, blacks, muted blues, and neutral tones. If you need further proof look at the S/S 16 collections from DKNY, Nicholas K, or Kanye West’s Yeezy collections.
It’s funny that in the plus-size world we fought and fought for prints, colors, and shape and now the fashion tides have turned against us back to the palettes we started with. While some plus-size brands are still catching up Lane Bryant well out in full force to big us plus-size gals a minimal, modern collection by teaming up with Otis College of Art and Design.
“This collaboration is an important step in our continuing mission to change the conversation regarding Plus-Size fashion. At a foundational level, we want students and future designer to see the possibilities of creating great design for all women,” said Lane Bryant CEO and President Linda Heasley. “Working with the future of fashion is incredibly inspiring, and I can’t wait for our customers to see what these talented individuals designed.”
The new collection will be arriving online at LaneBryant.com this month and exclusively in both the brand’s flagship location on 34th Street and the store at Del Amo Fashion Center in the Los Angeles area. The collection will be offered in sizes 14-28 and will retail from $54.95-$119.95.